This is what a now-former friend would write about me:
"Last New Year's Eve, I didn't have any plans, so my good friend graciously invited me to come along to a party that she was invited to. We were all going to meet at a restaurant for dinner, and then go on to one of the friend's houses for the party. A couple of days before, I found out that my brother didn't have any plans, so I graciously invited him along to come to the party that we were going to. So we get to the restaurant and are all seated, when my brother calls up asking where the restaurant is as he is ready to meet us there. I tell him, then my friend, who has overheard my conversation starts talking about why didn't I tell her or anyone else that I had invited my brother, because they had gotten a table for only a set amount of people, so there wasn't any room for him. Excuse me?? This is my brother, for crying out loud! How dare she talk about him like that and say that there is no room for him! I explained to her that he was coming, no matter what, and that the two of us would leave the table and sit somewhere else where there was room for us if it came to that. I also explained to her how insensitive she was being about the situation, I mean this is my brother we are talking about! She started repeating again what she just said, and I had had it at that point with the insulting, insensitive behavior my friend was exhibiting. I got up from the table and stormed out of the restaurant. My friend tried to stop me and talk about it and make amends, but no, I had had it with her controlling behavior and couldn't take anymore of it. I had had it with her getting upset with me when we would make plans and I wouldn't arrive at the specified time-who does she think she is, my boss? And this woman rarely ever dates, and gets annoyed when I talk too much about the men in my life, I mean, what else is there to talk about?"